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Bethlehem

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Енглески

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Etymology

From Middle English Bethleem, Bedlem, from Old French Bethleem, from Латински Bēthlehēmum, Bēthleëm, from Антички Грчки Βηθλεέμ (Bēthleém), from Хебрејски בֵּית לֶחֶם(bēṯ léḥem, house of bread). Дублети of bedlam.

Pronunciation

  • МФА(кључ): /ˈbɛθləhɛm/, /ˈbɛθlihɛm/
  • (file)

Proper noun

Bethlehem

  1. A city in the West Bank, Palestine, believed to be the birthplace of Jesus.
  2. A town in Free State, South Africa.

Translations

Noun

Bethlehem (plural Bethlehems)

  1. (obsolete) A lunatic asylum.
  2. (architecture) In the Ethiopic church, a small building attached to a church edifice, in which the bread for the Eucharist is made.
    • 1869, John Baron, Anglosaxon witness on four alleged requisites for holy communion
      [] to the Hebrew and Arabic word “korban” as now used in the Abyssinian Church to denote the sacramental bread specially prepared in the “Bethlehem,” or “House of Bread.”
    • 1882, William Audsley, ‎George Ashdown Audsley, Popular Dictionary of Architecture and the Allied Arts (page 200)
      A small building, attached to Ethiopic churches, usually at the eastern end of the sacrarium, in which the deacon prepares and bakes the bread for use in the eucharist. This building is called the Bethlehem, or “house of bread.”
    • 2006, Geoffrey Wainwright, ‎Robert Earl Cushman, ‎Karen B. Westerfield Tucker, The Oxford History of Christian Worship (page 143)
      The deacon rings a bell when bread is brought from the bethlehem to the maqdas and at other liturgical times
    • 2014, Bryan D. Spinks, Do this in Remembrance of Me (page 174)
      The priests and deacons assigned to the service wash their feet and hands, usually near the 'Bethlehem'.

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Dutch

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Alternative forms

Etymology

From Латински Bēthlehēmum, Bēthleëm, from Антички Грчки Βηθλεέμ (Bēthleém), from Хебрејски בֵּית לֶחֶם(bet léchem, house of bread).

The hamlet is first attested as Bethlehem in 1502 and is named after a former monastery, which was named in turn after the city in Palestine.

Pronunciation

Proper noun

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  1. Bethlehem (a city in the West Bank, Palestine).
  2. A hamlet in Het Hogeland, Groningen, Netherlands.

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Pronunciation

  • МФА(кључ): /ˈbeːt.ləˌhɛm/, /-ˌheːm/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: Beth‧le‧hem

Proper noun

Bethlehem

  1. Bethlehem (a city in Palestine)

Латински

Pronunciation

Proper noun

Bethlehem

  1. Alternative form of Bēthlehēmum

References


Middle English

Proper noun

Bethlehem

  1. Alternative form of Bethleem